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El Salvador Pressures U.S. To Reunite Migrant Families

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Facebook Fundraiser For Immigrant Legal Fees Soars To $17 Million

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Mexicans Protest U.S. Immigration Policy

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Venezuela Tries To Convince Investors That It's The Land Of Opportunity

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Hillary Clinton (from left), Michelle Obama, Melania Trump, Rosalynn Carter and Laura Bush all have expressed their concern about migrant children being torn from parents at the Mexico border. AP hide caption

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Central Americans React To Trump's Zero-Tolerance Border Policy

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Colombians Elect Right-Wing Populist Duque As President

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Backlash Grows Against Trump Policy Of Separating Families At The Border

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Colombia's President-elect Ivan Duque celebrates his victory in the presidential runoff election, in Bogota, Colombia, Sunday. Duque defeated Gustavo Petro, a former leftist rebel and ex-Bogota mayor. Fernando Vergara/AP hide caption

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Students with homemade mortars stand guard behind makeshift shields and barricades Tuesday at the National University in Managua, which has been occupied by protesters for more than a month. Inti Ocon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Abortion rights activists celebrate Thurdsay outside the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires, shortly after lawmakers in the country's lower chamber passed a bill legalizing abortion. The bill's chances look uncertain in the upper chamber, but that did little to dampen excitement among its supporters. Eeitan Abramovich/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a veteran leftist, is running for president once again. Polls put his lead well into the double digits ahead of his nearest rival. Mexico's election is July 1. Hector Vivas/Getty Images hide caption

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How Mexico's López Obrador Has Become The Man To Beat In His 3rd Run For President

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Detained immigrant children line up in the cafeteria at the Karnes County Residential Center, in Texas. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration And Advocates Clash Over What's Next For Migrant Children

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A couple watches boats pass the docks in Manaus, a city on the Amazon River. Pop-up restaurants like this line the docks to dish homemade Brazilian fare to ship travelers and crews. Catherine Osborn for NPR hide caption

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A Day In The Boat Life On The Amazon River

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